Tag: trust

for reflection

To all of my dear readers: Creating time to reflect, contemplate, meditate, pray…whatever we choose to do to be still…is an important gift to ourselves. This morning, I received the quote below in my email box. Following the quote, the sender provided a question… Continue Reading “for reflection”

resistance

This is NOT about resisting any government actions, beliefs, or an individual’s ideas and words about what we should be doing, thinking, etc. What we resist, persists.  – Carl Jung I could write even more about an externally focused and instigated resistance. In fact… Continue Reading “resistance”

be your wild self

“The self that appeals to me is the self that has not been conditioned solely by culture, whether family, religion, education, or economics, but rather the one found under these systems of domestication –the wild self, the self at once sovereign and entwined with the… Continue Reading “be your wild self”

listening…to ourselves

“For far too long we have been seduced into walking a path that did not lead us to ourselves. For far too long we have said yes when we wanted to say no. And for far too long we have said no when we… Continue Reading “listening…to ourselves”

anger, rage and healing

I really believe that all of us have a lot of darkness in our souls. Anger, rage, fear, sadness. I don’t think that’s only reserved for people who have horrible upbringings. I think it really exists and is part of the human condition. I… Continue Reading “anger, rage and healing”

in just 24 hours…

…so much can shift. Indeed in a moment, our lives can change. The last 24 hours have been challenging on many fronts. Watching drama unfold in many places close to me, I felt the ache of the seeming unraveling of the fabric of an… Continue Reading “in just 24 hours…”

a winter of hope

Today is the Winter Solstice. It is a beautiful day in the calendar of the natural world, if we choose to embrace its gift. The day in the year which we are told is equal in its hours of daylight and darkness, heralds a… Continue Reading “a winter of hope”

words of comfort

I have been a fan of Brene’s Brown’s research and findings since I first heard about her and her work on vulnerability and courage. Lately I have found great comfort in at least two things she has written. First a quote that just showed… Continue Reading “words of comfort”

the healing journey of a lifetime

The healing journey is the journey of our lives. Every person, relationship, situation, interaction, provides bits and pieces of the matter or stuff with which we can work. I once thought healing was a linear process. Learn, heal and move on to the next… Continue Reading “the healing journey of a lifetime”

holding space

I’m sure you’ve heard the term “holding space”. It is an oft used and not always fully understood term. In truth it is a term that, for me, refers to presence. Whatever it means to you, I encourage you to read this. It is… Continue Reading “holding space”

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